The best fit is a key factor in determining if you’ll be a good fit for a job, according to a new study from the National CPA Association.
“This study is a reminder to ensure that you are being provided with information that is relevant to your job and provides you with the information and tools you need to get the job done,” said Nancy G. Smith, president and CEO of the CPEA.
The CPA report found that nearly 60 percent of CPAs surveyed said they were not satisfied with the current job market, with 40 percent of respondents saying they were either unemployed or underemployed.
More than a third of CPEAs said they do not have enough information to make an informed decision about whether or not to get a job.CPAs said that more information on job prospects and job seekers is essential, and that information is especially important for CPA students who are not in their first or second year of study.
“It’s important that you know what your opportunities are and what they’re going to be,” said John C. Tysen, the executive director of the National Association of Credentialing Professionals.
“If you can’t figure out what your chances are of being hired for your role, you’re not being very strategic about it.
You’re not going to know whether you’re a good candidate.”
A job search can take hours, and it’s important to take time to find the right job.
For that reason, the National Bureau of Economic Research’s Job Search Calculator helps you find the perfect job by finding the most important factors that are related to the job search.
The National Cpa Association found that there are a few ways to find your best fit in the job market: